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1/18/13 3:34:51 PM#1
Before I start I will just say that this problem is isolated to my computer, my account works just fine on my partners computer 3 feet from mine, using the same internet connection and same proxy as mine.
Last night I tried to log into my Guildwars account, the launcher asked me to authenticate which was a little odd as the router hadn't been reset at any time since my last log in. The email with verification link told me that I was trying to log in from Houston TX, I am in Australia.
I reset the router, verification email continued to state I was trying to log in from Houston.
I restarted my computer, ran a full scan with PCtools spyware doctor with antivirus and reset the router again. No change.
When I tried to log in to my account on the Guildwars 2 website it requested authentication also, however, it found the correct IP and location.
Support sent me instruction to recover my account, again no change.
Out of desperation this morning I uninstalled completely and reinstalled, still no change.
Can anyone help?
ETA: I recieve an authenticate email every time I try to log in, there hasn't been any "extras" so I know that its only me that's trying to log in but I do not trust the fact that my IP location is showing as somewhere halfway around the world.
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1/18/13 3:57:58 PM#2
GW2 really doesn't like it if you have numbers in your password.
1. If you can, try to reset it so that there are no numbers.
2. If 1 doens't work, open a support ticket and say the password reset isn't working. Ask for THEM to reset it.
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1/18/13 4:04:25 PM#3
Thanks for the response,
I reset my passord successfully, with no numbers (getting hard to think of new passwords I'm going to rememeber lol) but I'm still getting authorise log in attempt for Houston.
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1/18/13 4:11:47 PM#4
You don't have an active VPN session running? You're sure you don't have a virus creating a IP tunnel to another server (it would be a helluva virus, but these are sometimes packaged with various torrent clients)?
Open a command prompt and type ipconfig /all at the prompt and compare it with the information on your partners machine. Everything except the IP address should be the same.
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1/18/13 4:21:57 PM#5
Thank you very much for the reply, your mention of VPN prompted me to check what my proxy RTL was doing. As soon as I turned it off the problem was gone -.-.
Yesterday I made a change to the Aion server that RTL was providing a tunnel for, apparently it took it upon itself to change my Guildwars details as well. Although I have used RTL for 12 months now and it has never done anything like this before, despite the fact that I was bouncing from server to server in guildwars and changing the proxy everytime I did.